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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    I wonder if the ballistics from the shell casings and bullets match from the double murder back in 2012 to the murder of Lloyd. If the same gun was used, that could be the tie in. Either that, or I have just been watching too many episodes of Law and Order lately.
    If that's true then Hernandez is one of the dumbest criminals ever. I thought The Wire taught us that you always ditch the weapon after you commit a murder, and never use the same gun twice. That's what did Bird in!




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    Re: Aaron Hernandez Murder Investigation (Merged)

    Bail denied.

    Judge described case against Hernandez as "very, very strong"

    Enjoy those bologna sammys in jail, Aaron.
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    Re: Aaron Hernandez Murder Investigation (Merged)

    Denied!




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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    I'm sure when the detectives were arresting Hernandez the just so happened to get a call at that very moment saying the the ballistics matched, you know just like SVU.
    Mmm...you do realize that L&O deliberately telescopes the whole process in order to fit it into a TV hour (60 minutes - a shitpot of ads), right? Versimilitude is not the stock in trade of broadcast drama.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Bail denied.

    Judge described case against Hernandez as "very, very strong"

    Enjoy those bologna sammys in jail, Aaron.
    Yeah, I'm trying to stick to the "wait for the facts to come out" before I make an opinion, but it seems like the circumstances are stacked against him.

    Still won't call him guilty in the court of public opinion, but that's two judges now that looking at the small sampling of arguments, is concerned with Hernandez's behavior and flight risk.
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    Looks like they are trying to hide/shield the fiancee from cameras.....

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    Re: Aaron Hernandez Murder Investigation (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Wow. the police are saying that the gun that Hernandez is holding in this photo could well be the murder weapon. This photo is from 4 years ago.

    http://www.tmz.com/2013/06/26/aaron-...-murder-photo/




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    Wow. the police are saying that the gun that Hernandez is holding in this photo could well be the murder weapon. This photo is from 4 years ago.

    http://www.tmz.com/2013/06/26/aaron-...-murder-photo/
    It's circumstancial still. I would imagine the Glock 45 is not a very rare firearm. Unless someone can match the shell casing found near the body with some kind of old shell casing fired from the gun Hernandez owned specifically, it's almost like saying "This guy was stabbed with an 8 inch knife and here's a picture of you with an 8 inch knife in your house. That is probably the murder weapon!" Or it could be anyone else who went out and bought one...

    Disclaimer, I am far from a gun expert here. I just think that a 4 year old picture of Hernandez holding a 45 caliber gun does not mean that's the murder weapon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    It's circumstancial still. I would imagine the Glock 45 is not a very rare firearm. Unless someone can match the shell casing found near the body with some kind of old shell casing fired from the gun Hernandez owned specifically, it's almost like saying "This guy was stabbed with an 8 inch knife and here's a picture of you with an 8 inch knife in your house. That is probably the murder weapon!" Or it could be anyone else who went out and bought one...

    Disclaimer, I am far from a gun expert here. I just think that a 4 year old picture of Hernandez holding a 45 caliber gun does not mean that's the murder weapon.
    They are not rare, but are only one of a few guns that has polygonal rifling.




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    They didn't say its the murder weapon.

    They said its similar to the weapon used to kill Lloyd.

    And I think the prosecutor botched that one. I'm pretty well versed in firearms and I cannot tell by that photo what caliber Glock it is.

    He did accurately point out Glocks unique rifling of the barrel. Glocks twists are very unique and uniform across their product line. It's called a polygonal barrel.
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    Re: Aaron Hernandez Murder Investigation (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    That might be a good approach for Hernandez. With all the attention concussions are getting, watch him say the head trauma from football caused him to do this.
    With all the new stories coming out about his past, I doubt that would hold up, unless he has a long history of concussions dating back to pee wee league.




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    Quote Originally Posted by DrUnk View Post
    They are not rare, but are only one of a few guns that has polygonal rifling.
    ok, but my point is, so far they can just say that SOME Glock 45 was the murder weapon. Without being able to compare the shell markings with a bullet certifiably fired from his Glock 45 (which btw, hasn't been found yet...so either he stashed it, he tossed it, or he got rid of it before all this went down), all they can say is "Victim was shot with a Glock 45".

    They THINK it's the murder weapon because a) Hernandez if their primary suspect in the murder case and b) he's shown that he owned one at some point. They still have awhile to go before they can clearly say "we've got the murder weapon"
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    They didn't say its the murder weapon.

    They said its similar to the weapon used to kill Lloyd.

    And I think the prosecutor botched that one. I'm pretty well versed in firearms and I cannot tell by that photo what caliber Glock it is.

    He did accurately point out Glocks unique rifling of the barrel. Glocks twists are very unique and uniform across their product line. It's called a polygonal barrel.
    It was probably more noteable that they said in searching Hernandez's condo, they found 45 caliber bullets which match the caliber used on the victim. The gun that was found in the woods was 22 caliber, which they also found bullets for in Hernandez's property.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    ok, but my point is, so far they can just say that SOME Glock 45 was the murder weapon. Without being able to compare the shell markings with a bullet certifiably fired from his Glock 45 (which btw, hasn't been found yet...so either he stashed it, he tossed it, or he got rid of it before all this went down), all they can say is "Victim was shot with a Glock 45".

    They THINK it's the murder weapon because a) Hernandez if their primary suspect in the murder case and b) he's shown that he owned one at some point. They still have awhile to go before they can clearly say "we've got the murder weapon"
    Agreed, but it certainly doesn't look good. As for the picture, you can't tell the caliber for sure, but since his fingers aren't wrapped around the butt, it looks to be a larger caliber.




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